September 21, 2014
Average trail for the area.
The trail is very sandy, so be prepared for that. There are some "jumps" and a few logs to roll over, but generally it's not technically interesting. If you want to get used to very light trail features, without painful falls, it's probably a good place to practice.
Also, be warned, some parts of the trail are VERY overgrown right now (9/21/14) and a few trees have fallen and broken up the singletrack areas. We got smacked with branches a few times and several areas were impassable. There are several routes you can take and we found one that wasn't overgrown, I will try to map it next time.
Lastly, as another user warned, be conscious of where you are and bring a compass or phone with you, navigation can be tricky if you lose your location and it's easy to get lost in the maze of bushes. If you find yourself lost, the best bet is to find one of the horse trails and ride it until you get near the entrance. Bring water, it's Florida.